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gateway cities, new york, miami are leading the charge, los angeles als strong, and san francisco has been strong for a while, washington d.c. is strong as well. all those have high populated areas, and significant barriers to entry in terms of availability of land, and highly regulated environments,nly thing to materia is multifamily, and that i inventory that got sold quickist, during the recession, post recession, were unsoil condos -- unsold condos that is not surprising. melissa: does that meaean if you are an investor you want to get into renting and apartment, the single family is not where it is at? >> there a still opportunities, you don't see as much momentum right now. in -- will where you wanto go, is one in tse gateway markets there will be subub side -- upside, none have come back to prerecession prices, rel estate over 10 years will out for form inflation on an annualized basis, we have still, all appreciation that get to to us a recoveryack to where we were in 2007, about 6 years of appreciation since then. there is a lot of room to grow in all sectors of the market,
construction going on in downtown manhattan or in los angeles. tre are no lots. of people are doing are buying older homes, bringing them into a study for century and those people weren't -- new construction, new homes and a willg to pay for it. there has bn a lot of international money coming into those areas. melissa: a big component. even in the category of one to $2 milli, flipping there is up 42% as well. >> again, the supply and demand is forcing pricing gap. people going in, buying existing homes, mainly in areas where there is not a lot of room for new construction. selling them at a premium. melissa: is someone is watching in the want to get involved, what is a mistake? here are trying to plug something cheap but that is over? >> i would say it is not over, but you have to be very careful because we're all eing the statistics. going down about3%. what's happening in those markets, we he run out of the drop dead great distressed property deals. we have run out of the foreclosures. the short sales that were a slam-dunk for flipping. noa little bit harder to find and also in those price
has 515, 96 of them are in new york, 22 in los angeles with 20 in san francisco , 14 in houston. is any of the surprising. >> is not surprising. obviously york. melissa: tax policy. , a billionaire the last melissa one of the is the york and california. the people that made the money would go to florida and texas. >> you would think the law but it has not happened. what you see is people in new york, hedge fund managers and silicon valley entrepreneurs, they stay there. they don't flee to other countries are states. melissa: and that was one of the things, when you're trying to break down what is common among billionaires'. they tended to stay where they draw upon return to the city. >> the data shows a 75% stake in the country there were born. 40 percent stake in a state can and 25% stake in the city. you can imagine the trajectory of their life, they come home. melissa: who is moving upper. >> we're predicting in about five years even if today we have three times. melissa: 80% went to college even. 20 percent did not. >> we all know the stories. melissa: finish college and who
suspects this that space and creating great market share n two weeks at the los angeles auto show we'll introduce the coup version. melissa: okay. >> think of this car but with a beautiful coupe roof line. melissa: how much will it cost? >> we haven't announced price you have to wait a couple more weeks to see the car in the flesh and for the price. like our f-type convertible it will be a great value. melissa: what do you hope to get from the super bowl ad? it is such a risk. a lot of folks go out there, they spend a lot of money. you get attention but wonder if you get the bang for the buck. what would you consider success on that? >> if we connect with consumers with the great story of jaguar brand and engage in conversation not from watching a tv spot but we go on line and be part of social media conversation with about the brand. get people looking at new vehicles. understanding what the new jaguar is all about and we're challenger, new british, modern brand. that would be success from my standpoint. melissa: you see tremendous growth in jaguar this year. 36%? >> exactly. meliss
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